Sunday, April 17, 2016

Scratch built 1930s English petrol station & workshop Part II

I've managed to get the paintwork and detailing finished on the workshop part of the project now.

In the end I opted for blue timber details and a dirty red roof. I also Googled up some period posters and stuck a few to the walls and doors to add a little character. All up I'm pretty pleased with how it's turned out.




Next up I'm going to build a smaller office / shop building and a couple of petrol pumps plus some general clutter to go round the outside. Stay tuned for that...


As I was setting up to do this post I realised this is our 400th(!) post since kicking off the blog.
It seems appropriate at this point to thank everyone for their comments and visits over the years.

Evan and I very much enjoy the interaction with our global blogging friends and it makes our hobby time so much more meaningful when people drop by and share in our craziness. Thanks all!

Cheers,
Millsy

12 comments :

  1. Looking good; the posters are a nice touch.

    Congrats on 400 posts!

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  2. 400? Is it that time already...?

    Thanks Michael, for doing all the heavy lifting around the C&G factory floor!
    : )

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  3. Nice looking building...and congrats, both of you!

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  4. That's a wonderful little house. Cheers, Karl

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  5. Congrats on 400. Nice looking petrol station

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  6. Great looking terrain piece! And congrats on the 400 post mark!

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  7. Congrat's guys! Love the petrol station too.

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  8. Great stuff! Looks like something from Went the Day well.

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  9. Fantastic work on the petrol station

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  10. Oh I say, that is looking rather splendid and 400 posts - well done chaps, keep them coming.

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